locate oneself

See: lodge, reside
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Casey to argue that establishing "position," that is to say, being able to locate oneself accurately in a place whose coordinates are both spatial and temporal, is one of the period's defining concerns (28).
The whole movement to locate oneself in a site to imbibe its 'spirit of place' has been a publishers' bonanza for more than a decade.
The complex fate of being an American, who is a black American, as he describes it, is trying to locate oneself within "a specific inheritance and to use that inheritance, precisely to claim the birthright from which that inheritance has so brutally and specifically excluded [one].